Profound® system before & after look book

They may not want surgery, but they’ll want this!

The Profound treatment is a nonsurgical alternative for reducing facial wrinkles and improving the appearance of cellulite.1-4 It combines radiofrequency (RF) energy with ultrafine needles (microneedles) to renew your skin from within.1-7 Healthcare providers across the globe rely on the Profound treatment to provide lasting results—without surgery.

Considering adding the Profound system to your practice? Download this Before & After Look Book to see the results achieved with a single, non-surgical Profound treatment.

Already own the Profound system? The Before & After Look Book is a great tool to leverage in your patient waiting room and during consultations. 

The look book includes treatment photos for both:

  • Face
  • Body
1. Alexiades-Armenakas M, Newman J, Willey A, et al. Prospective multicenter clinical trial of a minimally invasive temperature-controlled bipolar fractional radiofrequency system for rhytid and laxity treatment. Dermatol Surg. 2013;39(2):263-273.
2. Hantash BM, Ubeid AA, Chang H, Kafi R, Renton B. Bipolar fractional radiofrequency treatment induces neoelastogenesis and neocollagenesis. Lasers Surg Med. 2009;41(1):1-9.
3. Willey A, Kilmer S, Newman J, et al. Elastometry and clinical results after bipolar radiofrequency treatment of skin. Dermatol Surg. 2010;36(6):877-884.
4. Profound 510(k) clearance (K161043), September 2016.
5. Berube D. Real-time temperature feedback for clinical reproducibility: the mechanism of action of Profound. 2015. Candela, data on file.
6. Alexiades-Armenakas M, Rosenberg D, Renton B, Dover J, Arndt K. Blinded, randomized, quantitative grading comparison of minimally invasive, fractional radiofrequency and surgical face-lift to treat skin laxity. Arch Dermatol. 2010;146(4):396-405.
7. Alexiades M, Berube D. Randomized, blinded, 3-arm clinical trial assessing optimal temperature and duration for treatment with minimally invasive fractional radiofrequency. Dermatol Surg. 2015;41(5):623-632.